Homemade Mocha coffee creamer and iced coffee #recipe

mocha creamer and iced coffee recipe

I told you on another creamer post that I would make a mocha creamer. I thought it would be done so much sooner then this. I had to try and retry the recipe. The first recipe I tried using cocoa powder. That was too bitter. The next recipe I tried using simple chocolate syrup. To make this with less processing you can make your own chocolate syrup. I sometimes do. But in the essence of time I just bought this one. The creamer that you make has only 3 ingredients. The creamers you buy have almost 15 ingredients and most of them are chemicals. It’s so easy to make this that you’ll be making your own now! I promise. Here’s the recipe for the creamer.

Homemade Mocha Creamer
Serves 8
A yummy creamer made in minutes.
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Prep Time
2 min
Total Time
2 min
Prep Time
2 min
Total Time
2 min
Ingredients
  1. one can sweetened condensed milk (use half can (7 oz), save half for next batch)
  2. 1.5 cups milk (I use lactaid)
  3. 4tsp chocolate syrup (more or less to your taste)
Instructions
  1. Put into old creamer bottle and shake. Add to cold coffee and enjoy!
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To make my iced coffee here’s what I do. I make it up the day before. My dear husband is always making coffee and I don’t want to be in his way (as he has to get out the door). Plus I like my coffee cold so it doesn’t bother me to make it ahead and use it the next day when it is cold. So I make my coffee (2 heaping tsps coffee and 10 cups of water). My hubby says I like light coffee. I just tell him I can’t drink sludge. LOL He loves his so dark and I think I’m a supertaster so everything is too much for me and it’s never enough for him (did he kill his tastebuds?) LOL. So, brew the day before, let cool, put in a pitcher and set in fridge. Then I add my creamer to my cup first. I probably use 1/10 of what the cup can hold for the creamer. You do to your taste. Then pour coffee over the top to the top. This mixes the creamer and the coffee perfectly so I don’t have to stir. I don’t add ice cubes but you could. Serve and enjoy! Yum! How do you take your coffee? Light or dark? Leave me a comment and let me know.

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Iced coffee and mocha creamer recipe for you to save money on drinks at home.

19 Replies to “Homemade Mocha coffee creamer and iced coffee #recipe”

  1. Looks really yummy. I love drinks in mason jars. I don’t know why. Maybe the “kitch” factor.

  2. That sounds so good. We make coffee at home mostly to save the expense and am always looking for ways to make it taste even better. pinning!

  3. I only rink my coffee iced- I think I’d probably have a pitcher of this on hand at all times if I made it!

  4. The lighter the better for me – I add so much cream and sugar that it’s almost a dessert.

  5. I’ve heard a medium roast has more caffeine than a darker roast so those drinking their darker coffee thinking it’ll help should opt for a more medium roast if they’re after the caffeine! I’ll have to pass this on to my mom and sister since they’re the coffee drinkers in this house 🙂

  6. Uhhhh, YUM!! I love trying new coffee creamers. It’s kinda like an addiction of mine! Making my own would save sooo much cash!

  7. Oh wow. I never thought about homemade creamer. This is such a great recipe. I will share it with my followers.

  8. Yummy and perfect for Summer iced coffees! Thank you so much for linking up at Tasty Tuesday! Your recipe has been pinned to the Tasty Tuesday Pinterest board! Please join us again this week!

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